[Sugar-devel] Develop Python-Web on Sugar, Sugarizer or Standalone - [RELEASE] Jappy 1 (Sebastian Silva)

Lionel Laské lionel.laske at gmail.com
Wed May 17 10:30:00 EDT 2017

Waooo. Very great work. Cool.
Congratulation Sebastian!
I do love your Emoji font. Is it a creative common font?
Just to be sure to understand: the Python code is sent to a server to be
translated then translated in JavaScript ?

Best regards from France.


> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 00:42:05 -0500
> From: Sebastian Silva <sebastian at fuentelibre.org>
> To: Sugar-dev Devel <sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org>
> Cc: "sugar-sur at lists.sugarlabs.org" <sugar-sur at lists.sugarlabs.org>
> Subject: [Sugar-devel] Develop Python-Web on Sugar, Sugarizer or
>         Standalone - [RELEASE] Jappy 1
> Message-ID: <cf7c077b-34d0-2b79-5e0e-752df0c96f43 at fuentelibre.org>
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> Hello Sugar friends!
> As perhaps some of you are aware, I've been working on an Activity for
> web programming in Python.
> I think Python is a wonderful language for learning programming and have
> always found installing Python itself a barrier. Now we can work
> directly in a browser and programs will run in anywhere with very little
> overhead, at very reasonable speeds!
> Currently Jappy Activity has the following features:
>   * Python 3 syntax and comparable performance
>   * Tabbed Code editor with syntax highlighting and Solarized color scheme
>   * Supports multiple files using Python's /import /syntax
>   * Six examples demonstrating language and API features:
>       o Mandala Maker
>       o Memorize Game
>       o Emoji Selector 👽
>       o ... more! by me and soon, /you! 😉/
>   * Yes, it has built in support for ~900 Emojis you can use directly in
>     your code!
>   * Run your creations in full screen!
>   * Runs on Webkit2 / Chrome / Firefox browser engines (IE not tested)
>   * Gives access to HTML5, CSS3 /and/ Javascript
>   * Saves session in Sugar or Sugarizer Journal if available
>   * Export to .zip (compiled JS code + source)
>   * Import from .zip or as individual files
>   * Jappy library offers browser friendly /print/, /inputAsync,
>     clearScreen/ statements
>   * Jappy itself is written in Python / RapydScript
>   * Experimental standalone Android build and .XO bundle
> Under the hood, Jappy uses the excellently supported RapydScript-NG
> compiler by Kovid Goyal (the author of Calibre e-book manager). This
> means that although the Python semantics are well supported, the
> "batteries included" actually come from Javascript-land. You may use any
> Javascript library from Jappy. It's a fun way to program the browser and
> get over the quirks of Javascript.
> I would sincerely appreciate your feedback and testing for this tool
> which I plan to put to good use in our Artisan Videogame Workshop.
> Special thanks to Laura Vargas, as well as our two children Inti and
> Mariana, for their enthusiastic testing, feedback, design direction,
> support and patience. This edition, version 1, "Mother's Day Edition" is
> dedicated to all three of them. 👪
> With your testing and any fixes that result, I hope to offer a pull
> request for it to be included in Sugarizer.
> You can try Jappy directly at:
>     http://people.sugarlabs.org/~icarito/artisan/Jappy.activity/
> Or clone the repository and try it standalone at:
>     https://github.com/somosazucar/artisan
> Experimental Android and Sugar builds are at:
>     https://github.com/somosazucar/artisan/releases/tag/v1
> Looking forward to reading your impressions, have a nice week!
> From the rainforest of Peru,
> Sebastian
> SomosAzucar.Org
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